|Breed Size||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds|
|Toy Type||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles|
I like this toy, but it has issues. My dog is challenged by it but can do it (we taught him gradually). It's annoying that the treats (we use kibble about 1/2" in diameter) can get stuck at the bottom (between the tube and the slope) . This shouldn't be a problem with a bigger treat, but bigger treats have more calories and can be less substantive, something we are careful about. Because of the construction, I'm grading this down a star.
Came broken but still works. Plastic tower is cheap. Was expecting better quality. Pieces don’t stay in very well either. :(
The tube is very very flimsy and the shelves fall out at the slighted bump. This product really didn't present a challenge as 2 out of my three dogs simply bumped it with their noses and the shelves fall out. Even the cat knocked a shelf out by rubbing on it. This product only presented a slight challenge to my much gentler husky as she carefully pulled out the draws. Product would be better if it had suction cups on the bottom to hold it in place and the shelves had a little resistance.
I introduced this game to my cat (I followed the instructions and it worked really well) and he got it under 10 minutes.. and now he absolutely loves playing with it!!!! Many of the games for dogs can be played with cats.. my cat's favorite toys are actually all dog games.. I hope your pet enjoys this game as much as mine.. it is beautiful to watch him figure it out and play with it again and again and again.. Thank you Trixie for making these wonderful games..!!!
I am having a hard time finding toys that truly challenge my 2-1/2 year old German Shepherd. I bought this one and the plastic 'tower' part had broken at the seam. I do not recommend this product because the tower is made of flimsy plastic.
I bought this for my cats. Our dog is a Greyhound who is way too big for this puzzle. We have three Bengal cats. The Alpha cat (Zhumer) is VERY food motivated. He got all the treats out of this the third day we set it up for him, after being shown how to do it. The third cat in the pecking order (Bandit) figured out how to open doors that have a lever handle, but he doesn't have the patience for this. The middle cat in the pecking order (Soft As Mink) doesn't care about treats, so she has NO interest. Since a cat can't grab the blue towers with its mouth, we need to leave those a bit slanty and not all the way into the holes where they fit, so the cat can knock over with paw or face. Instructions for assembly are NOT included, so human user needs to figure out. I finally managed to get the clear tower locked in place, but I'm not sure how I did that. Description should include SIZE of dog for which this is intended (I'm guessing around 20 pounds maximum).
This took all of 20 minutes for my puppy to learn, very disappointing
I bought this for my 11 year old Maine coon. He is hard to challenge but he works at this to get his cookies.
My pup could not figure out how to pull the levels out, he tried, but hasn’t gotten it yet, on the other hand my cat it loving this puzzle and has already completed it multiple times
Goddess caught on right a way. It was fun watching her be so smart.